Nightclub 9:30 Silk Screened Art Print Double Fade - BLEMISHED
NOTE: These prints may have a little blurring, a scratch in the ink, or a slight off-register screen. These still look great on the wall and the defects are slight, just not what I consider to be first-quality. BUT the price reflects this! Go crazy!!!
Remember creeping into the netherworld of downtown DC in the 80s at night? You parked your car by the National Portrait Gallery and hoped it was still there after the show, usually paying some dude "protection money" to watch it for you. That was when the 9:30 was new and exciting... you accepted the sketchiness of the neighborhood as part of the thrill. I miss that location, like many of you do, and wanted to pay homage to 930 F Street.
My first show there was the Fleshtones... my last was Stereolab. In between, I was lucky enough to see stellar performances by the Slickee Boys, Butthole Surfers, Bad Brains, Superchunk, Cro-Mags, the Bolshoi, among countless others. What were some of your most memorable gigs?
My prints are taken from my original collage works. My method is silk screening, which is time consuming but also punk as hell. The small inconsistencies in the printing assure you that these weren't churned out on some ol' laser printer. The human factor is palpable and lovable.
This print was silk-screened onto 110 lb poster stock from the French Paper Company. Paper size: 16" x 20", image size is 14" x 18". Fits standard frames found at your local craft store, frame shop or IKEA!